Thirteen current and former students from the Great Neck area face charges in the Long Island college admissions test cheating scandal.
In a Newsday article, Attorney Eric Sachs, of Bellmore, said his client George Trane, a 19-year-old graduate of Great Neck High School, denied the accusation that he took two tests for someone else in 2008. Sachs said that the charges can be harmful to his client and to the others who were allegedly involved.
“If they are in school, they could get kicked out of school. If they have a job, they could lose their job.”
If the students are found guilty, what consequences do you think they should face? Should they go to prison, should they face other forms of punishment such as being expelled from school, or do you think they should suffer all of the consequences?
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